Conversations that remind us of what really matters
Women's History Month
Celebrating women of character leading the way
"It was the first time I met openly gay people."
Clela Rorex, a former County Clerk in Boulder, Colorado, tells her friend Sue Larson about issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples in 1975.
"Nobody wanted to work with me."
Monica Harwell, talks to her daughter, Andrea Cleveland, about being the first woman to climb electric utility poles for ConEd in New York.
“I can't imagine anyone deserting a child for any reason.”
Ruth Coker Burks cared for abandoned AIDS patients during the early years of the epidemic. Her friend Jim Harwood stood by his ill son. Together they remember Raymond.